Shufeng Garden Hotel Chengdu
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some light shopping. The highlight of the afternoon may have been the tea houses. Having tea made for us in the traditional manner was extremely cool to watch. There was even a Starbucks. For those of you who complain about the cost of Starbucks in the USA, the cost of a tall latte was around $10.
After our feet were thoroughly soaked through, we headed off to dinner. The restaurant we ate at is a new concept. It's a combination ...
So life teaching at the summer school, it's fun!
On last Tuesday we had the teachers day and well it went okay i guess because there were some good things, but there were also some bad things.
- my second class went really well, the students liked the lesson and they also learned quite a lot. on top of that they seemed enthusiastic which was the one thing that the parents would have understood. ...
... isn’t filled with the historical buildings that Beijing, Xi’an or Shanghai. Its big draws are the amazing & spicy Sichuan food, pandas, and the various day trips or national parks in the province.
Anyway, we walked to the main square, where a massive statue of Mao continues to look down upon the people of this city (a fairly modern-looking city I might add). We grabbed some coffees and ended up in the ‘People’s ...
Chengdu is covered in dense heavy cloud and fluctuates between a steady light rain under low-lying cloud and frequent bursts of torrential downpours. Even though, one cannot escape the magic of this ancient city.
The hotel I am staying at is the Jinli Free Time Hotel. It is a small, unassuming hotel tucked away through a private driveway off the main street. Forget about the gym or a pool, you will find none of those amenities here. The hotel is clean with ...
... to his back and picked up the other two (>80KG). He then proceeded to stagger slowly up and down several flights of stairs to get us to the exit. At the end, it looked like we had wrecked him for the day, so we gave him a bonus and he was delighted.
We were met by Lily, our guide for this city and set off to explore the city...
First was Wuhou Temple - a nice enough place as temples go, but both boys started to exhibit symptoms of 'Templetitis', ...